Liberal student activists want SEGREGATION (and they want it NOW)

What do you think would happen if a student group at a university demanded a designated space where only white people were allowed to meet? That would start World War III, no doubt about it. But something very similar is happening at the University of Michigan and leftists consider this version virtuous.

Students4Justice has petitioned administration at U of M to give them “a permanent designated space on central campus for Black students and students of color to organize and do social justice work,” and they want it staffed. Of course, the university, which is already building a $10 million facility for black students, is considering the request.

“This is our normal process,” a campus spokesperson told The College Fix, “ to better understand their concerns.”

But how is this even a possibility? This is racism and if the school approves, it’s sanctioned racism. Then, there’s the absurdity of the Students4Justice complaining about diversity and inclusion while demanding segregation! The only thing more outrageous than that would be setting up a food cart and serving only black people.

Oh, wait, that actually happened. The New York Post reported on a young black couple in the Bronx offering doughnuts and juice to people on the street. They put a sign on their cart that read, “Free Food for Black People.”

I guess this shouldn’t be too surprising. After all, these people are Democrats and they’ve always been the party of racism.

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Tom Wolfe’s BACK TO BLOOD—A Confederate Looks At Miami’s Cubans | VDARE – premier news outlet for patriotic immigration reform

Remember last spring when the Main Stream Media kicked off the Obama re-election drive by inflating a local police blotter item—the shooting of Trayvon Martin in Florida—into the latest Hunt for the Great White Defendant?

For Obama to win in November, the MSM had to agitate blacks to turn out like in 2008not like in 2010. And what better way than to drum up a hullabaloo over how the White Man is out gunning down innocent black babies?

Ironically, it quickly turned out that if Barack Obama “had a son,” he might look like George Zimmerman, who is tri-racial on his Peruvian mother’s side. But who had time for accuracy or irony when the President’s re-election required whipping up sufficient racial animus against whites right now? So Zimmerman was morphed into a “white Hispanic.”

We’ve seen the press and prosecutors on the prowl for the Great White Defendant numerous times before, such as the 2011 Dominique Strauss-Kahn mania, the 2006 Duke Lacrosse hoax, and the 1987 Tawana Brawley scam—which was promoted, just like the Trayvon Martin story a quarter of a century later, by the Rev. Al Sharpton.

The phrase “hunt for the Great White Defendant” comes from Tom Wolfe’s 1987 novel The Bonfire of the Vanities , in which Sharpton is lampooned as Rev. Bacon. Indeed, if you want to understand the mechanics of how the Trayvon story was hyped in 2012, the best guide remains Bonfire.

It’s widely believed today that Bonfire was “ripped from the headlines” of the Brawley swindle, Michael Milken’s arrest, the O.J. Simpson case, and other notorious controversies in the manner of Dick Wolf’s Law & Order TV empire.

But in reality, Wolfe’s novel preceded not only Wolf’s L&O, but also almost all the real-life scandals it is now imagined to be based upon.

Thus in his 1995 book Overcoming Law , Judge Richard A. Posner retracted his initial dismissal of Wolfe’s novel:

The Bonfire of the Vanities has turned out to be a book that I think about a lot, in part because it describes with such vividness what Wolfe with prophetic insight (the sort of thing we attribute to Kafka) identified as emerging problems of the American legal system … at a bizarre intersection of race, money, and violence, an intersection nowhere better depicted than in The Bonfire of the Vanities, even though the book was written before the intersection had come into view.”

The Trayvon Trayvesty should have crowned Bonfire’s reputation as The Great American Novel of the late 20th Century, and driven home that Wolfe has enjoyed the grandest career in American letters since Mark Twain.

Of course, being right doesn’t make you popular. The embarrassing realization that Trayvon Trayvesty had been satirized a quarter of a century before has only turned the MSM even more against Wolfe and his new Miami novel, Back To Blood, a hilarious self-parody of all things Tom Wolfe.

As Wolfe’s fictional Miami Herald editor, comic relief WASP outsider Edward T. Topping IV, muses rhetorically to himself about the briefing corporate headquarters gave him when he was first assigned to South Florida:

“But the purpose of this briefing, they tried to tell Ed in a subtle way, was not to identify all these tensions and abrasions as potential sources of news in Immigration City. Oh, no. The purpose was to encourage Ed and his staff to “make allowances” and stress Diversity, which was good, even rather noble, and not divisiveness, which we could all do without. … [I]f the mutts start growling, snarling, and disemboweling one another with their teeth—celebrate the Diversity of it all and make sure the teeth get whitened. “

In sum, Topping got the Miami job because he’s cowardly enough to obey the rules of modern journalism.

The new Wolfe book is certainly not a quick read. A few dozen times, I had to put it down to laugh for 30 seconds or more. Readers unfamiliar with Wolfe’s immense career may not get the jokes, however.

The octogenarian writer is gleeful over how Tom-Wolfeish America has turned out to be. For example, Wolfe started depicting male characters using weightlifters’ technical terms for musculature (such as “sternocleidomastoids”) in describing male dominance displays way back in his first published short story, The Commercial, a 1975 tale of a big league baseball player. Yet virtually nobody in America back then knew what he was talking about— because who lifted weights? This was more than a decade before Jose Canseco set out to be the Typhoid Mary of steroids.

Wolfe was over-celebrated as a prose stylist when he suddenly became famous in the mid-1960s. In truth, his prose was always mostly just functional, but studded with striking phrases. As a crafter of sentences, however, he peaked late with the first four-fifths of his 1998 novel A Man in Full. Then his open-heart surgery set off a manic-depressive phase, and he had to slap together a conclusion after 11 years.

At 81, Wolfe’s ability to dream up new phrases is now in decline. But Back To Blood serves as a greatest hits album of 47 years of Wolfe’s inspirations.

Back To Blood is more or less about immigration. As Wolfe explained to The Telegraph:

People would say to me, “What are you working on?” And I would say, “Well, I’m doing something on immigration.” I always got the same reply: “Oh, that’s so interesting.” Never a follow-up question. Their heads would fall forward and they would go to sleep like a horse.” [ Tom Wolfe on his new book, Back to Blood, by Richard Grant, October 24, 2012]

Wolfe started off planning to write about the Vietnamese in Orange County, but switched to the Cubans of Miami, who dominate the city:

`As far as I know, it’s the only city in the world where people from another country, with another language and a totally different culture, have taken over in this way,’ he says. `Invasions do the same thing.”

Wolfe’s Topping recalls:

And did the American blacks resent the Cuban cops, who might as well have dropped from the sky … for the sole purpose of pushing black people around? …

On the other hand, neither the Vietnamese nor Cubans are representative of the effects of immigration in general: both are anti-Communist refugees from the upper reaches of their home societies. The most informative subject for a novel about the effects of immigration upon America would have been the Mexicans of Los Angeles. But nobody is interested in them.

For example, Wolfe is counting on the sexy spitfire reputation of Miami’s Cuban women (most of whom are “white Hispanics”) to make attractive his quasi-heroine Magdalena, a social climbing nurse. She dumps Wolfe’s hero, a cop named Nestor Camacho, for her boss, a psychiatrist specializing in pornography addiction. She then leaves the celebrity doctor for the mysterious Russian Sergei Korolyov, who donates $70 million worth of modern art of uncertain provenance to the Miami art museum.

In contrast, while Los Angeles has plenty of adventuresses, few are Mexican.

Wolfe’s hero Nestor isn’t particularly bright, but he’s brave and loyal, the highest virtues to the author. In a crackhouse raid, a Rodney King-sized black criminal gets his hands around the windpipe of Nestor’s commanding officer, Sergeant Hernandez. The 5’7” bodybuilder leaps into the fray and eventually wrestles the huge black thug into submission. But the last minute of the encounter, with the suspect already down and the two adrenaline-crazed cops cursing him with racial epithets, winds up on YouTube.

Sergeant Hernandez complains to Nestor about the editing of the video:

“They don’t show any a that! They don’t even say like maybe there’s some reason this huge black bull wound up flat on his back like that in the custody of two cops, except that the two cops are Cubans. You’re supposed to figure the only reason is Cubans are cruel bastards who live for pushing los negros around and abusing them and dissing them and …”

And…that’s the only part of Sergeant Hernandez’s lines I can quote because, like a lot of Miami Cubans, he’s wholly lacking in the Racial Sensitivity Gene.

Horrified by the news, Hector surfs to YouTube, only to be “spellbound by the sight of himself on that little screen … Nestor victorious!! … I’m … pumped!”

But, only then does Nestor realize how bad the sight of muscular white cops triumphant over a black man will look to the rest of the world.

Let’s take a moment to speculate upon where Wolfe came up with some of his characters’ names:

  • The Homeric-sounding name Nestor Camacho is likely drawn from Puerto Rican boxer Hector “Macho” Camacho, who was murdered November 24. (Hector and Nestor were heroes on opposite sides in the Trojan War.)
  • Nestor’s ex-girlfriend Magdalena is presumably a reference to Proust’s madeleine cookies, the smell of which incites The Remembrance of Things Past. The climactic scene of Wolfe’s novel features the aroma of Cuban pastelitos calling Nestor back to blood.
  • Émigré oligarch Sergei Korolyov is probably borrowed from the enigmatic Soviet rocket designer Sergei Korolev, the shadowy archrival of NASA’s Werner von Braun in Wolfe’s classic The Right Stuff.
  • The cameo character Ulrich Strauss, a kindly old gentleman in formal attire who quotes Tom Stoppard on how “Imagination without skill gives us modern art,” is the Wolfe of the present. (By the way, I have this vague hunch that 500 years from now, Tom Wolfe, Tom Stoppard, and Hunter S. Thompson—the Three Toms of 1960s literature—will have blurred into one composite figure in the cultural memory.)
  • John Smith, the enterprising 28-year-old Miami Herald reporter that Nestor teams up with is the secondary hero, but remains a minor character: we’re not allowed inside his head. Curiously, he is always referred to, both by other characters and by the narrator, as “John Smith.” Never “John” or “Smith,” just “John Smith.” He dresses more formally than anybody else in Miami, has old-fashioned manners, is a Yale man, and is an unobtrusive but tenacious bulldog at persuading people to spill their inner thoughts to him so he can get the story.

In other words, John Smith is Wolfe’s portrait of himself at that age.

Why is he named John Smith?

Wolfe is a fanatically proud Virginian. In a 1998 interview he reflected upon his boyhood loyalties (which haven’t changed all that much):

“First, I thanked God for having been born in America, which was obviously the greatest country on earth. I was pretty dead right on that. And in what was obviously the greatest state, because more presidents came from Virginia than anywhere else. And from the greatest city in the greatest state in the greatest country, because it was the capital of Virginia. Just think of all the people not fortunate enough to be born in Richmond, VA.”

The historic John Smith was Pocahontas’s friend, the hero who saved Virginia’s Jamestown colony. In other words, John Smith is the original WASP.

Back To Blood reminds me that the conservative Brain Trust has long assumed that immigrants will become more Republican as they assimilate. Yet, in Miami, where the immigrants started out as fanatical Republicans for foreign policy reasons, the American-born Cubans have been trending Democratic. The Wall Street Journal recently reported that Obama carried 60 percent of American-born Cubans (although exit polls of Cubans are notorious for unreliably small sample sizes).[ Cuban-Americans Move Left, November 8, 2012]

Wolfe’s novel sheds some light on this pattern. Although the Miami Cubans in Back To Blood are all white conservatives, they see Anglo whites as The Other: “Americanos.” They use this term even when, as in Nestor’s case, they can’t actually speak much Spanish themselves. Although Nestor can understand his parents when they speak Spanish, he thinks in English because, much as I argued in in 2010:

“There were more Spanish-language television and radio stations than English, but the best shows were in English. The best movies, blogs (and online porn), and video games, the hottest music …”

On the other hand, Wolfe emphasizes, the younger Cubans like Nestor and Magdalena are constantly reminded when they speak to Americanos that their vocabularies in English tend to be smaller, which leaves them embarrassed and unhappy.

Wolfe is the master of portraying embarrassment; in particular, he can intuit what people with 95 IQs find humiliating, a subject most writers are oblivious to.

Interestingly, Back To Blood never turns into a Nestor-John Smith buddy tale, as is traditional for stories about cops and reporters teaming up. For example, when they drive west into Broward County with its ho-hum nationally franchised stores, Nestor begins to feel uncomfortable in the generic exurb. An unusually animated John Smith reflects: “We’ve just entered a strange land … called America! We’re not in Miami anymore. Can’t you feel it?”

“Nestor analyzed this concept for traces of anti-Cuban insult, even though he had experienced the same alien feeling just a moment before … Well, John Smith was an alien himself. He was apparently a living embodiment of a creature everybody had heard of, but nobody ever met in Miami, the WASP … Emotionally, he still resented it, harmless or not. “

As John Smith begins to riff like a proto-Tom Wolfe on the names of the commercial outlets:

“Animated like this, John Smith annoyed him. … John Smith could draw … concepts … out of something as ordinary as this second-rate road … That kind of thinking was a facility Nestor didn’t have. Irony came always at somebody else’s expense … his own, probably …”

Thus, it’s hardly surprising that the usual trajectory for immigrant groups, even anti-black ones like the Cubans, is toward the Democrats—the Party of Resentment.

Topping reflects upon the fictional John Smith, and journalists in general:

If you ask me, newspaper reporters are created at age six when they first go to school. In the schoolyard boys immediately divide into two types. Immediately! There are those who have the will to be daring and dominate, and those who don’t have it. … But there are boys from the weaker side of the divide who grow up with the same dreams as the stronger … The boy standing before me, John Smith, is one of them. They, too, dream of power, money, fame, and beautiful lovers.

Wolfe, who is a lavish spender in the tradition of Twain and F. Scott Fitzgerald, has seldom made any pretense that he doesn’t want success in its cash forms. (Here’s Wolfe’s tribute to Twain as the rare writer who struck it rich as a “Big Spender from the East.”)

He just wants it on his own terms.

Boys like this kid grow up instinctively realizing that language is like … a sword or a gun. Used skillfully, it has the power to … well, not so much achieve things as to tear things down—including people … including the boys who came out on the strong side of the sheerly dividing line.

Hey, that’s what liberals are! Ideology? Economics? Social justice? Those are nothing but their prom outfits. Their politics were set for life in the schoolyard at age six. They were the weak, and forever after they resented the strong. That’s why so many journalists are liberals! The very same schoolyard events that pushed them toward the written word … pushed them toward “liberalism.”

I suspect, however, that Tom Wolfe, much as he resembles John Smith, was never a liberal. I’d like to see him write a memoir. Wolfe’s first three decades—his upbringing in Virginia, his Ph.D. at Yale, and his reporting in Cuba during the Revolution—remain obscure, probably both for personal and political reasons. Wolfe’s friend Ed Hayes, who was the model for Killian, Sherman McCoy’s street smart defense lawyer in Bonfire, has said:

“He`s the grandson of a Confederate rifleman and grew up with the sense of the Lost Cause, of glorious doomed charges at Gettysburg, of a sense of personal honor and what constitutes masculinity that has largely been rejected by the urban intellectual elite of the Northeast.”

Steve Sailer (email him) is movie critic for The American Conservative and writes regularly for Takimag. His features his daily blog. His book,AMERICA’S HALF-BLOOD PRINCE: BARACK OBAMA’S “STORY OF RACE AND INHERITANCE”, is available here and here (Kindle)

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The Dead Just Keep On Voting | RedState

Posted at 10:17 am on September 28, 2010 by Thomas R. Spencer

Isn’t modern medicine wonderful?  A hundred years ago, the average life expectancy in the United States was 47 years.  In 2009, the federal government recently announced that it is 78 years.  And, now, in an age when NASA has machines roving Mars, many states are extending the voting life of citizens for years after they are medically pronounced dead.

There are 116,000 dead eligible voters in Massachusetts.  And in Florida, one major newspaper recently investigated and reported that almost 15,000 dead Floridians are still hanging around on the election rolls – just six weeks before one of the most vicious and important election cycles in our history.  Can it be the sun?  Most States have similar statistics.  Every two years, states must report to the federal Election Assistance Commission (EAC) information about the integrity and accuracy of their voter rolls.  The latest report is not good news for our democracy – or our international reputation.  South Dakota, Texas, Kentucky, Mississippi and Indiana report in excess of a dozen counties with more registered voters than breathing human beings old enough to vote.  West Virginia, Maryland, Iowa and North Carolina also reported having eligible deceased voters on their rolls.  The list goes on and on.  And so does the real risk that these voters will have illegal votes registered in their names.  Close races, like the Franken/Coleman race in Minnesota can be decided on just a handful of votes.  We may have to go to purple thumbprints at this rate.  Hugo Chavez must be howling at this American disgrace.

Democrats seem to be suspiciously inept at cleaning out the rolls.  The Ohio Secretary of State is not at all anxious about the fact that nearly 5,800 departed Ohioans are still registered to vote.  A partisan Democrat, Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner is more concerned about the living – Spanish speaking only voters.  She has cooperated with the Department of Justice to force Cuyahoga County to spend $500,000 on bilingual ballots to accommodate about 6,000 non-English speakers.

In November, 2009 political appointee Julie Fernandes reportedly told the entire assembled Department of Justice Voting Section that the Obama Administration would not enforce the list maintenance legal requirements of Section 8 of the  National Voter Registration Act.  Fernandes reportedly said, “we do not have any interest in enforcing that part of the law.”  Given the example of Obama vs. Arizona, one might assume that supervisors of elections are thinking hard about actually enforcing federal law over the objection of, dare I say it … federal officials of the voting section of the Department of Justice.

Indeed, if you happen to be in a Democrat-led state, with major cities and states with a record of vote-fraud – like Missouri, the Obama DOJ will happily dismiss lawsuits where there are actual admitted violations of the law, like the New Black Panther case.  Last year, it accommodated Missouri for failing to purge its voter rolls even though a third of its counties had more registered voters than voting-age residents.

This scandalous outrage must be cleaned up immediately.  Otherwise, we run the real risk that Secretary of State Clinton will report us to the United Nations.  Like the poor folks in Arizona, local citizens and groups around the country who may have to organize, sue and act aggressively to put the dead to rest, politically speaking.  The Motor Voter Act provides that ordinary citizens can sue to force a clean-up of the voter rolls.  We could call it a Motor Voter Militia.  Of course, you have to be living to sue.  Given the abundance of legal talent now tapping their fingers in unemployed America, this might be a new growth area for our red-meat Barristers.  There are even some 1-800 numbers still available.

Tom R. Spencer is a Republican lawyer from Florida.

Source: The Dead Just Keep On Voting | RedState

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110 Year Olds Vote Strong in NC – Civitas Review

from 2012

So far in early voting 110 year olds have  made a pretty good showing; 2214 of them have voted either by mail or at a one-stop site (214 by mail and 2,000 at early voting sites).  There are 1,420 Democrats in this group, 717 Republicans and 77 Unaffiliated voters.

Nothing against very old voters, but it is funny that these 110 year olds live in only 34 counties and 87% of them live in 4 counties –  Guilford has voted 681 of them so far, Forsyth – 581, Cumberland – 427 and Davidson voted 230.

Some more facts about these older voters:  1,923 of this year’s group also voted in the 2008 General Election during early voting – they were only 108 back then.  In 2008 a total 9,688 108 year olds voted early.

And just in case you thought 110 was pretty old, Gaston County data shows that  a 154 year old voter has cast a ballot and Granville County’s data reflects a voter who is 160 years old.

Absentee data is available for download from the State Board of Elections website.

Source: 110 Year Olds Vote Strong in NC – Civitas Review

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12-Year-Old Student Gives Epic Answer to the Question: ‘Do You Really Love America, Obama?’

from 2015

Politically active 12-year-old student C.J. Pearson recorded a Youtube video and released it in answer to the controversial question: ‘President Obama: Do You Really Love America?”

“Here’s the truth of the matter: I don’t want to be politically correct. I don’t care about being politically correct at this point,” Pearson begins and lives up to that billing. He continues:

“President Obama, You don’t love America. If you really did love America, you would call ISIS what it really is: an assault on Christianity, an assault on America and downright hate for the American values that our country holds. Freedom of speech, freedom of religion and every single thing that our country stands for.”

“I hope that one day people will get enough guts to speak out against your downright hatred for this nation.”

Pearson mentions his endorsement of Rudy Giuliani’s comments questioning whether the president indeed ‘loves’ America. The president has declined commenting on the remarks, which have lit up social media and drawn partisan lines on each side of the question.

Other politicians have been dragged in to opine on the matter or even to apologize on behalf of Giuliani, including potential 2016 presidential candidates Scott Walker and Bobby Jindal. House Republican Darrell Issa has weighed in on the matter, essentially backing Giuliani’s statement, while the White House and DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz have condemned it.

Pearson then talks about the president’s handling of the fight against ISIS:

“When they [ISIS] kill innocent Americans that have done no wrong except report on what is their constitutional right as journalists and you do nothing about it, you don’t care about their lives. You could care less!”

“But here’s what you need to realize: here in America, we don’t back down to terrorists. We fight them on their own battleground and we annihilate them till the very end.”

“Here in America, we don’t allow the government to take away what we work for but we continue to work harder so that we may continue to succeed.”

Just for the record, the president has ordered air strikes on the terror group (of debatable effectiveness) and has asked for authorization to send special forces to fight ISIS in a limited capacity.

Yet the White House has questionably released its plans to retake the key Iraqi stronghold of Mosul from the Islamic state and recently refused to back Egypt’s airstrikes against the terrorist group.

An overwhelming 58% of Americans disapprove of President Obama’s handling of the threat from ISIS. So, Pearson’s frustration with the president appears to be shared by millions of Americans.

The question of whether or not Obama loves America is a circular one: It depends on how one defines “love” for America – the way it was founded or how one thinks is best for its people living today.

Obviously, people disagree on what is best for the American people today, and so this argument does not have an easy definitive resolution (barring a shocking confession from the president himself).

Until then, we can look forward to hearing from young people like C.J. Pearson who say what they really think about things – whether or not others think it is “politically correct” to do so.

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Less than 48 hours after promising to do so, ‘Wikileaks’ has dropped an absolute hammer on Hillary Clinton and former president, Barack Obama. This email is the first of a series of ‘lost’ emails that Clinton allegedly deleted and have just recently been recovered.  It is also undoubtedly the most disturbing and bizarre email to come to light yet.

In the email, addressed to former president Barack Obama, Huma Abedin and John Podesta among others, Clinton strangely references a “Pizza arrangement”, “Hotdogs” and “predetermined locations”.

Clinton also alludes to a “our downfall” in the email.

This email supports the allegation that Clinton among other Washington democrats are guilty of operating a child trafficking project.

The email also refers to ‘Activity in the White House’ seemingly confirming recent reports that the President was operating a pedophilia ring within the White House.

Julian Assange, founder of Wikileaks, said of the email, “The evidence is there. Hillary and Obama are done for. Now we are just waiting for President Trump to take action.”

“People often don’t want to believe the news because it’s unpleasant”, Assange added. “But facts are facts”.

Assange claims the email is among several that Wikileaks will be releasing over the coming weeks that were originally deleted and acid washed by Clinton and her confidants.


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MSNBC Anchor: “Our Job” Is To “Control Exactly What People Think” | Zero Hedge

During a lively discussion centered on fears that President Trump is “trying to undermine the media,” MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski let slip the awesome unspoken truth that the media’s “job” is to “actually control exactly what people think.”

SCARBOROUGH: “Exactly. That is exactly what I hear. What Yamiche said is what I hear from all the Trump supporters that I talk to who were Trump voters and are still Trump supporters. They go, ‘Yeah you guys are going crazy. He’s doing — what are you so surprised about? He is doing exactly what he said he is going to do.'”


BRZEZINSKI: “Well, I think that the dangerous, you know, edges here are that he is trying to undermine the media and trying to make up his own facts. And it could be that while unemployment and the economy worsens, he could have undermined the messaging so much that he can actually control exactly what people think. And that, that is our job.”

As grabien points out, the comment failed to raise any eyebrows from her co-panelists. Instead, her co-host, Joe Scarborough, said that Trump’s media antagonism puts him on par with Mussolini and Lenin…

Source: MSNBC Anchor: “Our Job” Is To “Control Exactly What People Think” | Zero Hedge

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